Are sign permits required?

Sign permits are required for most signs in Woodland Park. The City adopted a new sign code on April 1, 2010. Please consult the sign code and the educational brochures below for guidance on when permits are required and what is allowed in terms of types and sizes of signs.

Sign Brochures:

  1. Permanent Sign Brochure
  2. Banners and Temporary Signs Brochure
  3. Real Estate and Development Signs Brochure
  4. Sidewalk and Portable Signs Brochure

For those signs that require a Zoning Development Permit (ZDP), it is necessary to complete and submit a sign permit application to the City of Woodland Park and have it approved prior to installing the sign. In some cases, there may be structural elements of a sign (such as in a free-standing and/or a lighted sign) where a Building Permit or an Electrical Permit may also be required. Please call the Planning & Building Department at 687-5202 to inquire about this possibility.

Planning & Building Department

Sally Riley, AICP
Planning Director

Lor Pellegrino, AICP
City Planner

Courtney Wadham
Code Enforcement

David Burgess
Planning & Building Technician

Dorie Slaughter
Permit Technician

Tim Steinwinder
PPRBD Building Inspector

Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

220 W South Ave
P.O. Box 9007
Woodland Park, CO 80866

Phone: 719-687-5202
Fax: 719-686-1010

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